Poems About: WOMAN
Poems on / about :
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289.I am a woman
I'm a woman who never cackle but tackles,
With no pride but who's tight,
Who wishes to bring the changes not chances
who's longing to fight life not buy faces read more »Leeme Sek'huk'huni
You, the essence of the earth…
You, the gentleness of the feather…
You, the protector of birth….
You, the epitome of the weather… read more »valsala shan
I am me,
a mother, a woman, a person of idea's.
I am the daughter of her and him.
A lover of art's of music and books. read more »teri bronte
292.Here I Am...
Here I am.
I am woman I have always played to be.
I am powerful in the words I speak.
In the way I walk. read more »Ms. Anika Martinez
293.Every Woman Wants To Dance
Every woman wants to dance
Every woman wants the chance. read more »Ken e Hall
294.Empowerment of women
How can we arm the one who is already armed?
How can women empower themselves,
while already in power?
Her flesh is the ground and her love, the goal. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
295.Man & woman (3) 12 / 26 / ooo in bed
1) In bed a man's fail bring a woman's sorrow, but a woman's fail bring man's
2) In bed the hard part ends soft, but the soft parts end hard
3) A pole and a drench/ in bed the pole is bare and dry, but the drench is full read more »jabberm alessawy
296.To See God
When i was born i believed in God
Then a woman taught me Santa Clause
Then the woman said there is
truth in the tooth fairy read more »Deci Hernandez
297.Men Must Respect
Men must respect other men
Women must respect other women
Men and women must respect our children
And protect them so all can go to heaven. read more »Hebert Logerie
298.You Think You Know Women
The pepper of life
affectionate and unavoidable
The salt of life read more »Oluwatowoju Tiamiyu
This is what my eyes have showed me.
I've seen a woman beat down by a man,
drama, violence, rape and torture read more »Kholofelo Malemela
300.The Decline Of Man (And The Rise Of Women)
Throughout the ages until the recent day
Strength and size ruled the world
But those times have long passed away read more »David Whalen